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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Hello Everyone,

 

Is this a valid reason for an expedite request at the NVC level? Can anyone think of any details or supporting evidence I should provide to strengthen my expedite request? 

 

My wife and I recently had a child in Feb of 2024. However, my wife has been struggling with depression and she is unable to receive assistance from her family members so I the petitioner had to go to my wife's country to provide assistance. My wife has been provided a prescription for postnatal depression and I have to assist with childcare. Our child is a US citizen and has received his CRBA certificate and passport. I have to return to the States for a work conference but my son will need to continue to receive care. My company has invested significant resources into this event and I must be there. I can provide my wife's medical records, and my itinery for my business trip. I will be unable to care for my child during this business trip but my wife needs assistance as well. My son and I are both US citizens. If it helps my wifes case will be going to the US embassy in Lagos Nigeria. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Olise Obi said:

Hello Everyone,

 

Is this a valid reason for an expedite request at the NVC level? Can anyone think of any details or supporting evidence I should provide to strengthen my expedite request? 

 

My wife and I recently had a child in Feb of 2024. However, my wife has been struggling with depression and she is unable to receive assistance from her family members so I the petitioner had to go to my wife's country to provide assistance. My wife has been provided a prescription for postnatal depression and I have to assist with childcare. Our child is a US citizen and has received his CRBA certificate and passport. I have to return to the States for a work conference but my son will need to continue to receive care. My company has invested significant resources into this event and I must be there. I can provide my wife's medical records, and my itinery for my business trip. I will be unable to care for my child during this business trip but my wife needs assistance as well. My son and I are both US citizens. If it helps my wifes case will be going to the US embassy in Lagos Nigeria. 

 

 

Doubt it, as the hardship is not on behalf of a USC (wife).   It’s free to try though.

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3 hours ago, SalishSea said:

Doubt it, as the hardship is not on behalf of a USC (wife).   It’s free to try though.

Petitioner is the husband.

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5 hours ago, pushbrk said:

Petitioner is the husband.

Yes, that was my point.   The wife, who has the hardship, is not the USC

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Germany
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No, that would not be grounds for an expidited request.  

 

I submitted an expidited request back in March as I have an unknown mass in my breast. The tier 1 officer sent me an email stating that I do meet the minimum requirements for an expidited request, however it is now July and an officer still has not even been assigned to look my expidited request.  I stayed on USCIS for 2 months before getting frustrated enough just to give up. Nothing but a headache that got me absolutely nowhere.

 

Just because you qualify or meet the requirements for the request, doesn't mean that they will bother to look at it. 

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5 hours ago, Olise Obi said:

I was hoping my son who is a USC would be the person identified with a hardship. Since his primary caregiver needs assistance. 

Yes, that is certainly one of the considerations.  So, why do you not just hire a caregiver to be there in your absence?   It is also a hardship to all of you, if you lose your job because of this.  Lots to consider, including other solutions.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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It is free to apply, I agree the case is weak.

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